Failure to restructure Nigeria will cause chaos, says Ohanaeze president
President General of the apex Igbo organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Nnia Nwodo, yesterday cautioned that Nigeria may be heading for serious chaos if the clamour for the restructuring of the country was not given urgent attention.
Restructuring and the wisdom of an idea
One of the most debated issues in the Nigerian public space at the moment is the clamour for the political restructuring of the country. It has now become a singsong across the length and breadth of the country.
Hate speech: Poor handling is recipe for national catastrophe, Ohanaeze warns
The obnoxious song by an unnamed female singer, which has more than 20 vitriolic stanzas, plays for a duration of five minutes 39 seconds. For most of this period, the singer busies herself casting aspersions and invectives on Ndigbo.
Police rescue former Ohanaeze secretary general from abductors, arrest one
The Police in Enugu, yesterday, secured the release of former Secretary General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Chief Nduka Eya, from his abductors.
Igbo arts and culture festival holds in U.S.
President General, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Chief John Nnia Nwodo, will be among dignitaries expected to grace Ndigbo Art, Language and Culture Festival, by organised by the Council of Igbo States in America (CISA).
Northern senators fault Igbo leaders’ late response to separatist agitation
Chairman of Northern Senators Forum, Abdullahi Adamu, has faulted the late response of Igbo leaders to statements and threats to the country’s unity amidst unhealthy ethnic and separatist agitations.
Igbo leaders seek implementation of confab report, restructuring
Igbo leaders yesterday affirmed support for the implementation of the report of the 2014 national conference and restructuring of the country on the basis of fairness and equity to check rising agitations threatening the unity of the nation.
Quit order is treason, Ohanaeze insists
Ohanaeze Ndigbo, yesterday, stated that the quit order given to Ndigbo in the north was a declaration for a new state of Nigeria without the Igbo, insisting that being an obvious violation of the constitution, it amounted to treason.